BOOK REVIEW: The Break Up Artist
by Erin Clark & Laura Lovely
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Don’t miss this stunning debut rom-com that asks: Is love enough to win over a stone-cold heartbreaker?
Zelda Reynolds has a secret identity as “The Break-Up Artist,” the infamous ender of relationships. Don’t want to end your relationship yourself? Just tell Zelda through her website and she’ll get the job done like a pro. Her online business isn’t paying the bills yet, but at least it’s an escape from her real life, where her boss steals her best ideas, her dates are all duds, and her dad just married someone her own age.
When Zelda starts falling for the recipient of one of her snarkiest letters yet—a guy who is challenging her to let go of past hurts and reach for her dreams—will she have the courage to tell him the truth? Or will her undercover identity as the breaker of hearts come back to haunt her?
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The Break-Up Artist was unique in several ways.
First of all, the main character, Zelda, is in a wheelchair. One of the funniest scenes that made me laugh out loud was when Zelda and her friends were overheard in a dressing room making fun of someone and got caught because the person who overheard them saw her wheelchair and knew who they were talking about. Her internal voice sarcastically said something like, “I could never be a spy.”
Another thing that made it unique is that it’s only available on Audible, so if you’re not an audiobook person, this one probably isn’t for you. However, if you do enjoy audiobooks (and rom coms), it’s a quick read and a cute story.